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News

THIS AUGUST, the disgraced billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein allegedly killed himself while awaiting an extremely high-profile trial. However, as soon as word of his death hit the news, there was widespread doubt and skepticism about the official story behind his death. Despite the odd circumstances…
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Essays

by Hadding Scott IT HAS ANNOYED me for some months, seeing a two-frame cartoon that has an SA-man in the left frame and an Antifa thug in the right frame, both attacking “Free Speech.” In the aftermath of the attack on Andy Ngo (and some others who got much less sympathy because they were straight,…
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News

NEWS HAS BEEN making rounds across the internet that the FBI in collusion with the National Science Foundation has sunk nearly one million dollars into a program at the University of Indiana developed with these goals: “The project is aimed at modeling the diffusion of information online and…
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Editorials

In ‘Hi Hitler,’ historian Gavriel Rosenfeld argues that a variety of forces—some historical, some social—have dulled our awareness of the evils unique to Nazism. THE GRATEFUL DEAD, Sarah Palin, Obamacare, Game of Thrones, the Facebook IPO, the iPad—these are just a few of the endless list of topics…
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Classic EssaysSteven Romer

The destructive ideas injected into our people by the media are like HIV injected into the cells of a healthy body. by Steven E. Romer RECENTLY, the concept of “Memes” has become popular in academic circles. This is the idea that information has a sort of detached life of its own—using our fertile brains…
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